May 3, 2013|
We're talking spitballs.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
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He sounds like that chatter key thing that lasting human -- and of that man in the Joker died. It's just yet that I noticed you back if it's enough. It was the although the puppet in the commercial and that's more annoying than in the -- puppet starts laughing. The left ventricle others that are put -- on the -- yet. Kind of -- in general. And I am a bigger problem clowns are you one of those guys. I always thought that data freaky -- no -- in -- clowns the year I think is no I don't think if you negotiator for 8 o'clock while an app for just this kind of freaked out by well. Doesn't -- -- said Clemens was before wanna. I'm not into clowns or anything but I don't get the whole -- -- We're freaks you out would you paint frowned it's apparent that got us right there it just confusion. Confused by. In the words of -- can -- I think in Mexico at current series around 360. Degree. Is obviously -- map later and. It was a setup. With Bill Kennedy. I wouldn't get fed up with Joey Crawford. There is leaving the pits and I know I would -- that there is absolutely. We have been a Salvatore. You couldn't. Boom boom. It got to step. Couldn't do it and it was Howard and because -- -- but I couldn't have. So good so all in the first round in an embarrassing fashion. And yet I have I have to say -- -- I don't wanna just jump on the officials I don't wanna be gratuitous here and wanna embarrass anybody. But but. You want to Bennett Salvatore tonight in this -- the NBA. Some things some of some of the statements about. How difficult it is to refereed basketball statements are legitimate even and that's part of the reason the officiating is so is so shaky. With some of the stuff they can control you -- to Bennett Salvatore tonight I guarantee you. He won't miss. 34 or five plays because he doesn't get here quickly enough not to say that there are older officials out there is -- -- thing run that well. What's up tonight you'll miss 23. Behind the play when he shouldn't. My only problem that call it and that's a great observation Michael watched what to tonight. How many of those guys are there out there I mean if you're starting to say every single game the Celtics play as one of the David Stern horrible -- I mean. But just that many horrible -- in the NBA and eventually. Is just. They're horrible group of officials. You don't mean -- house down the count down Adams over. Everything will change it -- -- if he made that his first real order -- -- great lead up the officiating in the NBA but -- very good free dealt with you know. The dress code in the NBA whenever all of this -- clean up the officiating to the people can watch it feel good about your -- instead of assuming that maybe the whole thing is -- -- -- -- Got our new and his message. It's Turkish you're up early this Turkey acres cigar foods course like picture. That's his name big German -- lectures and it doesn't go -- The irony of this is that the lowest common denominator is of the world out there. Immediately latched onto the record and say all of your criticisms are discounted by the fact that your team sucks. Hey Dirk didn't -- someone of the highest common. And I still think you're due he. Good commentary about these ball eight. It. I still understand what the -- -- is going after Buchholz if I want to believe -- Purdue she said and I -- -- she's a very good baseball man. And there's a lot of people doing this and he's just going 56 and 55. -- Why are you talking about a lot of -- in -- and it's an analyst having is it's different. -- you know nobody in the game. Nobody in the game has brought it up. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Jack Morris in splitters and the -- think's -- is picture. The stock at all think it is region's boom. -- Buchholz and Chris built of that hill Crisco. I don't know what the real uses but badges don't reply it's. All purpose in life every day it's about -- All of us we hate and James and tells Morrison and jaguars should zip -- just go and watch the big leagues. Send them all those cars. Direct -- Coopers town. And you -- -- As well done very well that was well done accordion man will craft. That is today's Mike doubt. Brought to you and powered by AT&T the official wireless provider of the Boston bruins' most four G coverage anywhere in doing. 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